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We Can Still Save the Planet

With everything from technology to activism, people are banding together to combat climate change.

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Last Day of Historic Chauvin Trial as Tensions High

Closing arguments take place today in the Derek Chauvin trial before jurors decide the former police officer’s fate in a court case that has gripped America. Protests flared over...

Navalny Close to Death in Jail as US Warns Putin

Russian dissident Alexei Navalny’s health has deteriorated in prison and he could die “at any moment,” his doctors have said. Washington has warned Moscow “there will be...

Multiple Shooting Incidents in Texas, Louisiana, Wisconsin

The number of multiple shootings in the U.S. rose to three on Sunday. Five people were killed in a shooting in Shreveport, Louisiana, while three were killed at an apartment in...

Bitcoin Falls Amid Money-Laundering Crackdown Rumors

The cryptocurrency has taken its biggest plunge in almost two months, after hitting a high last week ahead of the debut trade of the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global on the...

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NEWS + POLITICS

'I'm a Senator.' Sarah McBride Takes No Prisoners, No Guff

As the first openly transgender state senator, one of Delaware's finest, Sarah McBride, is redefining public service.

The OZY News Quiz

What's the charge facing the police officer who shot Daunte Wright near Minneapolis Sunday? Test your knowledge now.

He's Leading the White House's Climate Change

This former Republican-leaning Pakistani American is leading Biden's aggressive climate change response with a people-centered approach.

Into the Head of Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson's interest in the cosmos carried him galaxies beyond the New York City of his youth.

How Erin Andrews Predicts the Future

Sportscaster Erin Andrews never wanted to be anything other than what she is: on the front lines of football's sidelines.

Can Germany Lead Without Merkel?

As Germany has gone, Europe has followed.

Pfizer's Albert Bourla Bets Big on Beating Future Pandemics

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla talks about the dynamics that created the COVID vaccine in damned near record time.

NEW + NEXT

Wherever You Get Your Podcasts: Sports Greats

These pods will inspire on Jackie Robinson Day.

Do You Remember?

Memory is a fickle thing.

Matrix 2021: Is Neurotech ‘the One’ That’ll Save Us?

OZY dives into the latest cutting-edge research and inventions in neurotechnology, exploring how they could make us smarter and improve our quality of life … yet also pose troubling new ethical dilemmas.

Why Is Making Friends So Hard?

True friendship is one of life's greatest joys .

Can You Spot the Next GameStops?

These trends could make you rich, broke or just downright more interesting.

Can Brain Tech Turn You Into the Next Kanye?

Bathroom singers, your dreams of becoming a real singer might soon be just a headset away.

AROUND THE WORLD

Butterfly Effect: Is Biden Ready for a Hot Summer?

Ukraine, Taiwan and the Middle East look set to boil over, testing Biden's bandwidth and America's resolve.

Figuring Out China’s Next Move

Today’s Daily Dose takes you into the fascinating, fast-changing world of Chinese politics, business, culture and foreign relations.

What Makes Strange Diplomatic Bedfellows?

Today’s Daily Dose looks at some surprisingly dangerous liaisons, past and present, in global politics.

Syria's Latest Economic Trick: Loot Its Refugees

Syria's economically bankrupt regime is now trying to squeeze refugees for cash to stay afloat.

Butterfly Effect: The Liberal Vaccine Populists

Donald Trump might not be in office, but his vaccine nationalism policies are only growing stronger.

The Empires You Didn't Learn in School

Today’s Daily Dose explores these forgotten empires, including their female rulers and the surprising lessons we can take away.

GOOD SH*T

OZY Fest Is Back: May 15-16

Party like it matters at our virtual celebration of bold change and big ideas.

When Dead Beer Walks: A Dane in Vietnam Turns Strange Brew Into Craft Gin

Thomas Bilgram, a Dane expat in Vietnam, turns misery into magic with his craft gin made from near-death beer.

If You Think Deep Dish Is Chicago's True Pizza, Think Again

Tavern-style pizza was warming the Windy City long before its bigger, deeper brother.

How to Suck Less at ... Starting a Theater Company

Lydia Parker, Yank expat, goes to London to teach Brits a few things about theater … and now she can tell you how to do it right.

The Best Taco in Morocco? Hell, Yeah!

The strangest bedfellows make the best tasting ones.

So You Want to Roboticize Your House?

If you're lucky enough to have a house, you're also probably unlucky enough to have it need fixing.

TRUE STORIES

Marcus Scribner Was Going to Quit Acting. Then 'Black-ish' Happened

Marcus Scribner is a household name all thanks to 'Black-ish.

Banned by ESPN, a Skate Team Responds: ‘Whatevs’

When ESPN decided they wanted to go deep on skateboarding, they had no idea what that would entail.

12 Crazy True Stories About Children’s Authors

Read on to learn about their strange obsessions and dastardly deeds, but be warned — this is no fairy tale!.

Was This Righteous Rite Between Christian Bros Actually Gay Marriage?

This righteous rite of bromance may have actually been a fascinating church-sanctioned form of gay marriage.

Sean Penn: Well Beyond Hollywood

Sean Penn as an actor? That makes sense.

The Life & Times of the Unknown Comic!

The man's claim to fame was wearing a paper bag over his head on TV shows in the '70s.

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